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It's that time of the year again and winter is coming which means I have to brave the cold and venture up to friendly Yorkshire in the north of England. Saying that, I couldn't think of a better ...
I recently acquired one of those daily calendars that teaches you new words and a word I keep coming back to this week is 'Flânerie'. The word 'Flânerie' describes the simple act of strolling whi...
"The suit is a machine for living in, close-fitting but comfortable armour, constantly revised and reinvented to be, literally, well suited for modern daily life.” – Cally Blackman As styles cha...
London is chock full of hidden courtyards and narrow alleys that wouldn't look out of place in central Europe. I have written about one of those places (Seven Dials) in the past and the truth is ...
Last week I was lucky to be invited by AccessAllASOS to take part in a small shoot for the As Seen On Me campaign. We ended up shooting around Shoreditch and Liverpool Street as these locations s...
For my latest lookbook I decided to team up with an old Style Divisioner Themba and get up close and personal with St Paul’s Cathedral, an iconic London landmark that has truly stood the test of ...
There's a certain kind of rush one gets during a shopping trip. Women tend to plan their shopping days a lot more than men but you cannot deny the excitement you feel when you see that perfect it...
If I'm being completely honest with myself I feel that autumn has got to be the perfect season. Summer has got its moments with carefree bike rides and cider induced adventures yet only in autumn...
It's easy to take London for granted and forget that a number of areas were really run down and derelict only a century or two ago. Covent Garden for example fell into disrepute in the 1600's as ...
I moved to the UK when I was 11 years old and have grown to appreciate it's rich history and complex relationship with religion through the ages. Although I try not to debate the topic it's diffi...
It wouldn't be a Style Division post without a little style thrown in so here's a little tease of what I was wearing during my European travels this summer. Over time different outfits have becom...
Following on from my last post about the street art tour of Shoreditch I thought another little lookbook should be on the agenda. During the tour I had the chance to snap a few photos of my Burto...
Over the last few weeks I've been getting comfortable with my Activite Steel smartwatch from Withings as the ever growing presence of technology means we have to wear sensors all over our bodies....
I seem to have an obsession with Victoria Embankment and for good reason, this little stretch of concrete has a long history going back all the way to the 1870s. I touched on it a little in one o...
In my previous post I talked about how architecture and building materials are used to define an era. The metal used to build the Eiffel Tower for example was looked upon as crude and unnecessary...
I received a lot of attention after my previous OOTD post went live so I decided to add to it with some additional images Joey London and I shot on location in Shoreditch. Just a stones throw awa...
So one year after turning Style Division into a fully-fledged fashion blog I decided to do a little lookbook post. For my first lookbook post I decided to choose the Glenton Leather Pea Coat from...
Continuing on from my previous travels I once again ended up in my home away from home - Leeds. One of my old housemates and dear friend was leaving UK on his personal adventure so it was only ri...